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    Tend to have cereal for breakfast, then stop off at Tesco on way to library to buy some fruit and some juice. Sandwich for lunch. Then will have either Chicken/Beef with either Rice/Pasta in the evening.

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    Brumby's diet sounds good too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurricane View Post
    How do you make it? Is there a recipe online?
    Have my own but Bircher is the original one;

    Bircher Muesli - The Original Recipe for Muesli with Variations - Swiss Muesli

    BoyBrumby, that sounds like an incredibly glorious day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GIMH View Post
    How on earth can you get through so many crisps in one evening? I've inhaled some large meals in my time but that is impressive.
    I've always had what used to be euphemistically called a "healthy appetite".

    I'm a fairly large unit; 6' 1" and the better part of 15 stone (which is at least a stone and a half too heavy, tbf), but I'm always the one who finishes off everyone elses curries rather than some mates who're rather larger than me.
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    I tend to snack pretty constantly, on crisps and chocolate mainly. Rarely an hour goes by without consuming something of negligible nutritional value.

    Often don't bother with breakfast out of laziness and rarely being hungry when I wake up, when I do though it's usually cereal. My diet goes rapidly downhill from there.

    Lunch varies between a whole host of unhealthy options, often chips from a chippy or iced buns from Greggs, and occasionally a couple of packets of crisps. This variety is a recent development, as my lunch used to be four iced buns from Greggs (thus taking advantage of their special offer) on all days.

    Dinner is usually a take-away of some kind tbh, or steak.
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    Seem to remember hearing Halsey's 4 iced buns story before actually, a timeless classic.

    I would probably skip on breakfast out of laziness often too, but I find that if I don't eat something within 2 hous of being awake I tend to get a pretty awful headache later on in the day. Bit of a pain really, as I'm never particularly hungry after I just wake up.

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    Had a Subway at lunchtime. Going for a curry tonight.
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    Something I've taken to doing a lot recently is buying stuff from those Wasabi stalls you see at train stations (never actually seen one outside of London, but assume they exist elsewhere too). Can get a pretty decent curry from there itbt. They just scoop up some rice and curry and put it in a container similar to those you get popcorn in an the cinema and off you go. Not bad when you cbf to make anything for youself, which is becoming a fairly frequent occurance for me.

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    speaking of wasabi last week we played truth or dare in a jap sushi buffet restaurant. i was dared to eat a spoonful of wasabi. not a good experience

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daemon View Post
    speaking of wasabi last week we played truth or dare in a jap sushi buffet restaurant. i was dared to eat a spoonful of wasabi. not a good experience
    was the game with hot chix?
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    there were many hot chicks present. unfortunately they were dining on other tables.

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    hot n spicy. had to wait for it - hot and fresh nom nom nom

    ate a tablespoon of wasabi for a dare once, nice stuff
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    I don't reckon Wasabi is actually that strong, it just tastes like **** imo. Nothing like eating a tablespoon of chilli powder or something.

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    tastes nice in the soy sauce and you dip the sushi innit

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